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" Shakspeare, that, take him for all in all, we shall not look upon his like again. "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 459
1818
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Early Letters

Thomas Carlyle - 816 pages
...pensively sublime, I regard him with a reverence which I scarcely feel for any other living person. He is a man, take him for all in all, we shall not look upon his like again. There is something melancholy in the thought that the world cannot long enjoy the light of such...
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Spink & Son's Monthly Numismatic Circular, Volumes 24-26

1916 - 986 pages
...Similar. FDC - Death of Pitt, 1806. P. Wyon. WILLIAM PITT, Bust in profile to 1. Outer legend, HE WAS A MAN, TAKE HIM FOR ALL IN ALL, * WE SHALL NOT LOOK UPON HIS LIKE AGAIN * p. WYON. Ri. " MY COUNTRY " Britannia mourning by monumental tomb inscribed, IN MEMORY...
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Wild Oats

James McLure - 1985 - 68 pages
...house and she's taken to whorin'! And me not gettin' any percentage. SIM. This here's my pa. ROVER. "Take him for all in all; we shall not look upon his like again." SIM. Well, let's hope not. GAMMON. Shut up your mouth. (To Rover.) And as for you, I ain't...
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Nineteenth-Century Lives

Jerome Hamilton Buckley - 1989 - 246 pages
...Gosse does not mock his father. His implicit point, like that of much family biography, is "He was a man, take him for all in all. We shall not look upon his like again." Because everybody is important at least to their children, family biography cuts across biography's...
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Thackeray's Cultural Frame of Reference: Allusion in The Newcomes

Rowland McMaster - 1991 - 220 pages
...singing style of Incledon and, apropos of Incledon, a gloss from Hamlet, again with no quotation marks: take him for all in all, we shall not look upon his like again (p. 12). Pendennis, recalling the scene, is transported back to his youth, where, in the words...
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Memorial Tributes Delivered in Congress: Edmund S. Muskie, 1914-1996, Late a ...

1996 - 236 pages
...improved upon it during a long and accomplished life. In the words of William Shakespeare, "he was a man, take him for all in all, [we] shall not look upon his like again." Mr. BAUCUS. Mr. President, this morning we were sad to learn of the passing of one of our most...
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The Bone Sharp: The Life of Edward Drinker Cope

Jane P. Davidson - 1997 - 268 pages
...ill-considered work . . . To balance this defect, however, he had no tendency to pose as infallible . . . 'Take him for all in all, we shall not look upon his like again. '" William Berryman Scott speaking in a Cope memorial address before the American Philosophical...
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The Trumpet of Reform: German Literature in Nineteenth-century New England

Sigrid Bauschinger - 1998 - 238 pages
...Margaret therefore pays homage to Goethe at the end of her preface with the lines from Hamlet: He was a man, take him for all in all, We shall not look upon his like again.48 Margaret Fuller remained on friendly terms with George Ripley after her translation work ended....
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Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England

Royal Agricultural Society of England - 1875 - 838 pages
...the concentrated energy of half-a-score of men.' " In a word it might be said of him ' He was a man, take him for all in all, We shall not look upon his like again." IX. Wool in Relation to Science with Practice. CATHCART. By Earl CONTENTS. PAOK Introduction...
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The Great Escape: Nine Jews who Fled Hitler and Changed the World

Kati Marton - 2006 - 289 pages
...When his back was against the wall, he was quite magnificent." Olivier closed with a line from Hamlet. "Take him for all in all we shall not look upon his like again." Korda would have most appreciated Graham Greene's remembrance. "With the death of Korda, fun...
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